Trace Oswald wrote:I think people all want the same thing. Someone that loves them, supports them, is attracted to them, makes them feel secure, and respects them. Beyond that, I want a partner that is smart and funny and has her own mind. I don't want subservience, or a boss. I want an equal. Someone to share my life with, not to rule over, or be ruled by.
Roy Hinkley wrote:
I'll agree with the above but add competence. The only real skill my (soon to be) former partner developed was to refine her ability to get others to do things for her.
Dale Hodgins wrote:My mother thinks it isn't proper, whatever that means.
Dale Hodgins wrote:My mother cares what people at her church think. And she would like to fix me up with someone who is completely inappropriate for me because of their religiosity. She's been an embarrassment all my life with her imaginary friends and faith healings.
I'm hoping to find someone who can be a friend first - a likeminded woman - and hopefully maybe have something more develop.
She's hard working, reliable, mature, intelligent, self motivated, ambitious and an out of the box thinker. She has goals in life, and is actively working towards achieving them. She might be an extremist (read that uncompromising in her core beliefs) and she appreciates independence in a man.
Someone who is looking for a partner in crime, not just someone to do laundry and cook for her and any children she might have. She probably isn't a city girl, but someone who thrives being outside in the wild.
And yes - it would be a
massive bonus ifrequirement that she is interested in homesteading/permaculture/sustainability/etc [i]or at least be comfortable with the idea of working towards self sufficiency.
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